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5 Reasons Soldiers Avoid the Dentist (and Why They Shouldn't)

GUARD YOUR HEALTH #GuardYourSmile My Mission. My Health. REASONS SOLDIERS AVOID THE DENTIST (and Why They Shouldn't) #1: You are more likely to avoid pain by going to the dentist regularly! You risk developing dental issues when you skip regular checkups. IT'S GOING TO HURT As a Soldier, you are required to see a dentist once a year. Annual dental exams keep you compliant with Army regulations and fit for duty: NOTHING # 2: HURTS, SO WHY BOTHER? If you are informed by your unit that you will require dental treatment to maintain your medical readiness, your unit can arrange for the appropriate dental care at no cost to you. I CAN'T #3: AFFORD IT We get it-taking time to visit the dentist can be a hassle when you're balancing life as a Citizen- Soldier. But just remember, annual dental exams and receiving needed dental care means you stay dental ready! I DON'T WANT #4: TO TAKE OFF WORK Be sure to tell your dental office if you had a tough visit in the past or if you are fearful when coming to appointments. Your dentist wants you to be as comfortable as possible during your visits, so it's good for them to know your worries. They really do want to help you guard your smile. I'VE HAD BAD #5: EXPERIENCES WITH DENTISTS %24

5 Reasons Soldiers Avoid the Dentist (and Why They Shouldn't)

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